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Learning ECMAScript 6

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Learn all the new ES6 features and be amongst the most prominent JavaScript developers who can write efficient JS programs as per the latest standards!

About This Book Learn a powerful approach to writing object-oriented JavaScript code using ES6 Create and use ES6 modules to learn to write smart, modularized JavaScript code The book will take you step-by-
Kindle Edition, 204 pages
Published August 28th 2015 by Packt Publishing
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Julio Biason
Oct 06, 2015 rated it it was ok
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ECMAScript 6 is the new JavaScript, and I'm just saying this in case you're wondering why one would read this book.

There are a few niceties in JavaScript 6 that would make lives easier. I read the book looking for those niceties. And it does its job. Poorly.

Thing is, the first examples are good (not great, good), and then it seems there are some components the author didn't really quite grasped -- like proxies -- and threw examples of things without them. In the case of proxies, the author creat
Roman Seidelsohn
Nov 16, 2016 rated it did not like it
I stopped reading this book after having read half of it. It is clear that you need a good foundation of ECMAScript 5 for fully understanding the explanations. But still the examples given are poor and especially the very poor English in this work made me stop reading it as it was way too painful for me.
I would rather recommend some of the excellent online sources available on ECMAScript 6 as this book really doesn't dig deep into the matter and as such is not worth the money.
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